At SCC Legal, caring for the elderly and their families is a sacred trust, and one which we take very seriously.
Every family is unique. And every family has their own goals, aspirations, and challenges related to growing older. For an elder lawyer, it is vitally important to take the time to learn about and respect the singular wants, desires and needs of every party involved. To listen above all things.
Choosing an Elder Care Attorney
If there is one thing many years of experience have taught us about being a great Elder Law Firm, its that the process cannot be rushed. Concerns about elder law, aren’t limited to the elderly. Children of aging parents too often ignore the legal and financial issues surrounding inheritance and health care issues until it is too late. We understand that many would rather not consider issues of mortality and asset protection until they are forced to. Sadly many of those families will forfeit much of the wealth and security that someone worked their whole lives to create and pass to their heirs. Without proper planning, and robust legal documentation, many estates will fall into disarray, and dispute, potentially leaving scars that can last a lifetime.
What Does an Elder Lawyer Do?
We help people with every kind of challenge related to elder law and elder care, including:
- Last Will and Testament
- Speeding you through the NJ State Probate process
- Durable and Non-durable Power of Attorney
- Establish a NJ legal guardianship for an elderly or disabled individual
- Health Care Proxy and Medical Directives
- NJ Estate Planning and Inheritance Tax avoidance
- Medicaid and Assisted Living Considerations
- Creation of Trusts
- Long Term Care Insurance and Planning
- Aid and Assistance Veterans Benefits
- Much more…
Frank Campisano has been an attorney at Law for over 30 years and has both the compassion and the street smarts to be the counselor, advisor, and friend you need when dealing with elder care issues.
Please Call Frank and his team today for an absolutely free consultation and take the first step toward your
peace of mind.